Abstract: The quantum dot hybrid qubit is a three-electron double quantum dot, where its operation point makes it either a spin qubit or a charge qubit. The recent advances on high fidelity single-qubit control  require now inter-qubit entangling gates to make this system a useful architecture for quantum computation. I present two approaches for such two-qubit gates that use either the fast transfers of electrons between quantum dots  or weak inter-qubit couplings at an optimal operation point . Both approaches require state of the art manipulation techniques, and they can be tuned to high fidelities in the right parameter regimes. I also point out alternative approaches to realize high-fidelity two-qubit gates for hybrid qubits.